“Nothing Is Forever” Fuses Hip-Hop & R&B with EDM & Rock to Create an Original Sound
24 year-old San Antonio, Texas native Ronnie Lott is gearing up for the release of his third
full-length album “Nothing Is Forever” today via Spotify and with it hopes to further cement himself as a force to be reckoned with on the urban music circuit.
The project fuses together the genres of Hip-Hop, R&B, EDM and Rock in a non-abrasive way that creates an original, yet at the same time familiar sound. Ronnie teamed up with J-Nice, a
producer out of Denver, CO, to help create the cutting-edge sound on “Nothing Is Forever”. The album carries overtones of Drake and Lil Uzi Vert with hints of The Migos and even a bit of Andre 3000 at times. Your ears aren’t quite sure where the music originated from until you hear Ronnie’s southern, Texas flavor peek through. The first single, “Trophy”, was released on May 30th via SoundCloud and currently has over 65 thousand streams. Accompanying
visuals for two tracks off of the new project, “Kris Kross” & “Keyauna”, will be released in the coming months as Ronnie continues to tour and promote his new music.
About Ronnie Lott Ronnie Lott is a 24-year-old San Antonio, Texas native who was previously a member of some of the city’s top bands, known for their legendary performances. Ronnie’s art eventually led him to begin releasing music as a solo act and in the 5 years since he has released 3 mix-tapes and 2 full-length albums. He has performed at venues across Texas such as Warehouse Live in Houston and The Beauregard in San Angelo. His currently monthly streaming rates are surpassing 55 thousand which has gained him recognition from industry reps who’ve started to take notice of Ronnie’s musical talents and song-writing skills.